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of or characteristic of human beings or mankind

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concerned with human welfare and the alleviation of suffering

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Recent genetic studies suggest that Neanderthals may have bred with anatomically modern humans tens of thousands of years ago in the Middle East, contributing to the modern human gene pool.
Furthermore, it is doubtful that these south Siberian Neandertals evolved into anatomically modern humans, as some Russian workers believe.
The earliest evidence of red-pigment use comes from that time, prior to the evolution of anatomically modern humans.
Washington, June 15 ( ANI ): Uranium-series dating has revealed that the practice of cave art in Europe began up to 10,000 years earlier than previously thought, indicating the paintings were created either by the first anatomically modern humans in Europe or, perhaps, by Neanderthals.
Eswaran says that in 1997, he was "powerfully struck" by the notion that diffusion provides a way to explain a major anthropological mystery--the rise of anatomically modern humans. After testing a number of mathematical models of diffusion's role in human evolution, Eswaran identified a promising one.
The humans who arrived in Europe during the Upper Palaeolithic era, Cro-Magnons or anatomically modern humans, replaced the Neanderthal populations.
The Oase skull's strange combination of modern and archaic characteristics underscores scientific confusion about how to define anatomically modern humans, Trinkaus adds.
Since their discovery they have been attributed to Neanderthals who lived around 200,000 to 40,000 years ago, but this new study suggested they belong to anatomically modern humans.
She also suspects that the first anatomically modern humans, who lived at least 200,000 years ago, had all the manual capabilities of people today.
In a commentary that accompanies Riel-Salvatore and Clark's recent CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY paper, d'Errico maintains, "Neandertals were fully capable of symbolic behaviors and may even have produced them before contact with anatomically modern humans."
Washington, Sept 8 (ANI): A new research has revealed that archaic humans, who lived somewhere in Africa during the last 20-60 thousand years, interbred with anatomically modern humans and transferred small amounts of genetic material to their offspring who are alive today,